Michelle Dockery Attends World Premiere Of ‘Downton Abbey’ Movie In London
The 37-year-old English actress wore an off-the-shoulder gold sequined gown for the premiere of the film, which is based on the Emmy-winning PBS historical drama series about an aristocratic British family during the post-World War I era The show aired for six seasons from 2010 to 2015.
“It felt like we never left,” Dockery, who plays Lady Mary, told Vanity Fair about her and her co-stars reprising their respective roles for the film.
— beatrice. 🍃 (@donutsweeran) September 9, 2019
ELIZABETH MCGOVERN E MICHELLE DOCKERY AAAAAA pic.twitter.com/JUFbsKzUGR
— liz (@lucilleshapre) September 9, 2019
— Hits Radio (@hitsradiouk) September 9, 2019
Dockery also made news this week after saying she would be interested in playing a female version of James Bond if asked to do so:
Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery says she would absolutely be the first female Bond https://t.co/pXDpHiDleg
— The Independent (@Independent) September 12, 2019
Hugh Bonneville, Allen Leech, Elizabeth Mcgovern, Michelle Dockery, Laura Carmichael, Jim Carter, Imelda Staunton and Sophie McShera attend the “Downton Abbey” World Premiere at Cineworld Leicester Square. #DowntonAbbey #Downton pic.twitter.com/UNJd20MjnP
— E D W A R D (@EdwardWJSmith) September 9, 2019
The Downton Abbey film will be set in 1927, thus picking up two years after the events of the 2015 Christmas special.
Downton Abbey is set for a September 20 wide release. Fans of the show will surely be dying to see what new trials and tribulations befall the Crawley family and their servants.